Reviewed May 21, 2012
Jack Singleton’s review:
Nobody Knows is a fantastic example of modern Japanese drama cinema at its best. It’s true human drama that takes the audience through a voyage of emotions from youthful perspectives. Director Kore-eda Hirokazu’s ability to balance the various emotions given off by the performances and the story, is simple amazing. We experience our share of depressing events but are left with an ending that is heart-warming and somber. Simplistic and Pure.